Crossing Borders
Trade & Production in Premonetary Greece

By Carole Gillis and Birgitta Sjoberg
November 2008
Paul Astroms Forlag
Distributed by Coronet Books Inc.
ISBN: 9789170812330
308 pages, Illustrated, 5 3/4 x 8 1/4"
$142.50 Paper Original


Contents:

Introduction
Archaeological Science or Scientific Archaeology: Missions and Misunderstandings
Matters of State: Contextual Derivations of Cultural Complexity
Mycenaean Masonry and Ethnoarchaeology
Archaeology and Linear B: Finding a Balance
The Cyclades and the Transit Trade in the Aegean during 3rd M. B.C.
Crossing Borders: The Izmir Region as a Bridge between the East and the West during the Early Bronze Age
The 'Collectors' as an 'International Elite' in the Mycenaean World
Crossing Geographical Borders from Minoan Crete
Vivara and the Mycenaeans: a Bronze Age Melting Pot? An International Port of Trade in the Western Mediterranean at the Beginning aof the Mycenaean Period
Vivara - A Mycenaean Port of Trade in the 17th-15th Centuries B.C.
The Raw Materials of Early Glass and Their Implications for the Trade in Glass between Egypt, Mesopotamia and the Aegean
Storage of Produciton in Cult Areas on the Mainland in the LH III period . A Documented Non-Fact.
Textile Produciton and the Mycenaean Sanctuaries
Appendix: Programs from the 7th, 8th, and 9th Workshops



Archaeology


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